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Race and Traffic Stops: A Remarkable (Unpublished) Federal Opinion

by: Ryan Scott • April 26, 2018 • no comments


Warrantless Seizure of Vehicle's Black Box: 4th Amendment Violated

by: Ryan Scott • April 24, 2018 • no comments


Foundation, Foundation, Foundation

by: Ryan Scott • April 24, 2018 • no comments


A new way of looking at DCS within 1000 feet of a school

by: Ryan Scott • April 9, 2018 • no comments


Oregon Supreme Court - March 15, 2018

by: Rankin Johnson IV • March 16, 2018 • no comments


Cross-Enforcement of the 4th Amendment

by: Ryan Scott • March 15, 2018 • no comments


Applying the right mental state to the material elements: a quick summary and something you probably didn't know

by: Ryan Scott • March 11, 2018 • no comments


Notable Petition for Cert: Can the state seize internet traffic info without PC?

by: Ryan Scott • January 24, 2018 • no comments


Cell Phones, Residences and Search Warrants

by: Ryan Scott • January 22, 2018 • no comments


Orin Kerr: If Carpenter is Going to Win, This is How the Case Should Be Decided

by: Ryan Scott • January 2, 2018 • no comments


Crime keeps on dropping in NYC

by: Ryan Scott • December 28, 2017 • no comments


A couple of notable petitions for cert

by: Ryan Scott • December 22, 2017 • no comments


Analysis Of Today's US v. Carpenter Oral Argument

by: Ryan Scott • November 29, 2017 • no comments


Search Warrants, Cell Phones and Particularity

by: Ryan Scott • October 25, 2017 • no comments


Another Trial Tip

by: Ryan Scott • October 25, 2017 • no comments


Trial Tip o' the Day

by: Ryan Scott • October 25, 2017 • no comments


Carpenter: A primer

by: Ryan Scott • October 23, 2017 • no comments


SW for Cell Phone Sufficiently Limited to Texts from One Person

by: Ryan Scott • October 12, 2017 • no comments


Admitting your client's guilt over his objection

by: Ryan Scott • September 28, 2017 • no comments


A good pro-privacy case involving a pole cam

by: Ryan Scott • September 25, 2017 • no comments


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